AMBER RESIDENZ Bavaria
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We have just come back from a lovely trip up to Lake Konigssee, and a boat trip down the lake to St Bartholoma. The lake is nestled between the mountains, and is 602m above sea level with an average depth of 150m. It is the cleanest lake in Germany, with the water being pure enough to be classified ...
Today was another day where plans fell through, Brendan nearly died and we ended up freezing at a bus stop in the middle of nowhere- but not all was lost.
We decided a trip into the Austrian Alps would be a nice break from the buzz of Salzburg. I suggested the Lammer Geoge, an hour bus ...
... of the clouds, we walked over to the city centre and had a look around. Being a bath town (hence the word Bad in Bad Reichenhall), the place has quite a few posh buildings including a saline like in Bad Dürkheim so that you can breathe in the salty air. Of course that wouldn't work in Australia because most people live near the coast already!
We decided to do a tour of the old salt mines. The town still produces salt ...
... dinner was yummy, and because Adriana was full and not totally a fan of it, I got to have her apple strudel too! So I got two crisp apple strudels! Heaven. My suitcase is bursting and we've still got a week to go on this trip... Don't know what I'm going to do!! Might be time to find a post office I think. I definitely need to come back to Salzburg. Until then, I'll just have to watch the Sound of Music when I get home and point out the one place I did get to ...
... We finally understood her, because I remember driving through a open gate sort of thing. It had been open, so we just drove through. She told us we better hurry, because we would be stuck in the old part of town if it closes. It turns out, as we drove back to the gate to leave, there was a huge pole in the middle of the path. Obviously we couldn't get past. We saw other cars go through, but they had a little click ...